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Surgical Slimmers (26:29)
(TV-PG) http://www.pbs.org/saf/ - In spite of the risks, people are lining up to solve their weight problems in the in the operating room, and explains the lack of effectiveness.

 

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A NEW APPROACH TO OBESITY
BY:  DR. A.T.W. SIMEONS

SALVATOR MUNDI INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
00152 - ROME VIALE MURA GIANICOLENSI, 77

Pounds and inches study 

A Study done by Dr. Simeons over 40 years using shots instead of our product. It offers a lot to learn with similarities and resopnses to ingredients stabilized and

Scientific American Frontiers  / Alan Alda

Surgical Slimmers aired  01/19/05  and elaborated on the follies of weight loss by surgery.  Four years later  on January 20th, 2004 Alda did a follow-up titled "Losing it" outlining several ways to loose weight and how effective they were and weren't,  and why they didn't work.  In part 3 of the series an outstanding explanation of the problem and our lack of understanding of it is given by Dr. Jeffrey M. Friedman, M.D., Ph.D..  In his explanation of why different lives have individual challenges he touches on why some can't take it off and other's can't keep it off.  We feel our product addresses these very issues and that's why it is so effective and consistant.


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THE ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY  / Jeff Friedman 

Jeffrey M. Friedman, M.D., Ph.D., Heads of Laboratory
Marilyn M. Simpson Professor; Investigator, HHMI
Laboratory of Molecular Genetics
E-mail: friedj@rockefeller.edu

  Dr. Friedman’s lab identified leptin, a hormonal signal made by the body’s fat cells that regulates food intake and energy expenditure and has powerful effects on reproduction, metabolism, other endocrine systems and even immune function. Current research in the Friedman lab focuses on the genes and neural circuits that control food intake and body weight, and leptin’s mechanism of action and its relevance to the development of obesity. A detailed explanation of the scientific explanation of why "dieting doesn't usually work" and what is the "bigger problem".  This explains the science of the Leptin pathway and our soloution.
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